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I have seen @Osgeld's webstore at www.freewebstore.com. I think it is a very good idea for the sale of the different variants of the PlusCart, so I have setup a free webshop for the PlusCart at: https://pluscart.onlineweb.shop/ The shop and the products are not yet fully configured and currently all products are marked as "sold out". The prices of the different variants are mainly the manufacturing costs. I am planning to start the sale of the next (last) 50 PlusCarts and DIY kits, as soon as the 3D printed shells are produced (probably by the end of November). If anyone has further questions or suggestions to the store or sale, feel free to post here in this thread, or PM me.
Retro Lord has inspired my next side project (while the RPG is getting pieced together). It will be a fighting game based on Street Fighter II and Street Fighter Alpha (with maybe a little Streets of Rage thrown in for good measure). I've only the title and menu screens to play with so far but here's a taste of... Street Fight World! SFW.bin Pressing fire selects one of the two modes on the title screen (left and right highlight the modes). Pressing right on the 1 player joystick (or right on the 1 or 2 player in versus mode) runs through the characters.
Switch dock fan cooling is something Nintendo should have included in my opinion. The Switch runs warm in portable mode. The poor design of the Switch dock and the overclocking while docked make it run too hot. Nintendo designed a nice looking dock that scratches unprotected screens and traps heat. The intake airflow is partially restricted and the plastic surrounding the handheld acts as an insulator complete with heat insulating air gaps. The Nintendo Switch ( handheld) has an internal fan just below the top exhaust vent. There are 2 intake vents on the back of the system near the bottom. The best approach to better cooling the Switch while docked would draw hot air out of the top exhaust vent. Unfortunately, how to securely mount such a fan and remain easily removable would be a challenge. My solution was to mount a fan in the hinged door of the dock. It blows air into the intake vent to aid cooling. I have also drilled vent holes in the rear panel after removing it. These vent holes allow the open space between the plastic to ventilate the heat trapped in this area of the dock. Testing so far looks promising. The Switch's internal fan is barely running afterward, and the speed increases only after the dock cooling fan is unplugged for a while.